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ABC
May 8, 2013 12:35am PDT
. from jacesy due guard to elizabeth smart -- >> it's possible to move on after something terrible happens. >> victims speak out after surviving the worst. >>> and forces of good, neighbors, police, even the victims themselves. tonight, on the front lines of evil. a look at the heroic men and women. >> i knew something was wrong. >> who defeated captors and turned tragedy into triumph. >> this special edition of "nightline," breaking free, the escape in cleveland, will be back in 60 seconds. . >>> from new york city this is a special edition of night line. breaking free, the escape in cleveland, with terry moran. >>> hello, everyone. thanks for joining us this evening. it was a normal house on a normal street in a normal community, until amanda berry's screams for help rang out through a flimsy screen door. behind that door, a mysterious house of horrors where amanda, gina dejesus, and michele knight were held captive, forced to live in rooms the size of closets for more than a decade. victims and the families begin the long road to healing as authorities begin to study the chillin
FOX
May 7, 2013 12:00pm PDT
stolen life" about her life in captivity. and elizabeth smart also says she's overjoyed to hear that these three kidnapping victims are now free after ten years of captivity. she advised the women to focus on their future and get rid of the past of the smart's father said it's important for the women to know what happened to them is not their fault. >> usually the captors will make them feel guilt or responsibility. heaven only knows what type of nightmare they've lived for the past ten years. >> smart was kidnapped from her bedroom when she was 14 years old and held hostage for nine months. >>> one bay area man knows what the families of those have endured. marc klass talked about the loss of his daughter. sal castanedo has more. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. marc klass told me whenever something like this happens and it comes to national media attention, it gives hope to the parents of other missing kids. when news broke about the kidnapping victims being found after ten years, marc klass called it a miracle. yet he said the girls, now young women, are in for a long recov
MSNBC
May 6, 2013 7:00pm PDT
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CBS
May 7, 2013 5:30pm PDT
through, it is elizabeth smart. 11 years ago when she was 14, she was kidnapped from her bedroom in salt lake city by a man who had done odd jobs for the family. she was held and sexually assaulted for nine months until someone spotted her in public and tipped off the police. elizabeth smart is joining us now. ms. smart, thank you for joining us. when you heard the news of these women being freed today, what did you think? >> i am just so happy. i am overjoyed. i think that just goes to show that everyday people, the general public are the people who are going to make the biggest difference. it was because of the bravery and the heroism of that one man that ended up saving those t girls because he was willing to listen. he was willing to act. he was willing to help. so i think it's just wonderful. >> pelley: you were very young, 14 years old, when you were taken. why were you not able to escape over those nine months? what was the thought process like for a young woman like yourself? >> well, it's difficult to explain because once again i could explain to you every single detail of what
CBS
May 8, 2013 4:30am PDT
heard it from elizabeth. the lanes are expected to open around 5:00 this morning. if not 5:00, by 6:00. one lane open on each direction of the golden gate bridge. and we'll see how the new paving is working out. they are doing a new approach, different than over the last 24 hours that caused them problems on the paving work done overnight monday. the asphalt unraveled because of the way it was set. it was papered so that it would be a smoother drive. and then it began to break up and sent pieces of rock everywhere during the morning commute. then yesterday afternoon bridge officials partially shut down the freeway so a sweeper could clean up the mess. >> but it was a roadway hazard. the unraveling asphalt was in chunks. it was flipping up and stinging windshields. it was a hazard. so we had to shut things down and get the cleaning equipment here. >> reporter: so a 1,000-foot section of the middle lane near the north tower was closed so it could be repaired overnight. they're wrapping up the work. it is expected to be open here on the golden gate bridge around 5:00 or 6:00 this morni
ABC
May 8, 2013 7:00am PDT
. robin off today, great to have elizabeth vargas back, and, boy, so many more details coming in on the case of the missing ohio women. that is michele knight, still in the hospital. >> she was the first one to be kidnapped missing for 11 years. we'll hear more about that suspect, ariel castro, who actually helped search for one of the girls, gina dejesus, and comforted her mother and her daughter after her daughter went missing. >> so strange. abc anchor david muir is in cleveland with the latest, good morning, david. >> reporter: fast-moving developments, george and elizabeth. those three suspects are expected to be arraigned in the courthouse behind me today. authorities overnight telling me they plan to begin questioning those suspects today, as well. and amanda berry, we all know her voice, that frantic call to 911 that set the whole thing in motion, this morning we hear her voice again, in a very different phone call. overnight an emotional recording far different from amanda berry's frantic call to 911. >> i'm here, i'm free now. >> reporter: this time amanda was on one
Current
May 7, 2013 4:00pm PDT
, we all remember the names of the people who have had this happen to them, jaycee dugard elizabeth smart in utah. they become infamous, because these things hardly ever happen, so they are stories because of their unusualness, not because of how common they are, thank goodness. for me, more than visceral revulsion is to figure out how the police missed the clues. i'm sure they were doing what they could but evidently the disappearance of these girls was a huge, huge story. you would think if a neighbor is calling police and saying i saw a woman crawling around in a back yard with no clothes on and you're dealing with a pending missing persons case, that would jump out at you as something to pursue, but i'm sure over the course of the next few days, a lot of the pieces will be filled in and we'll understand more. >> yeah, one of the fathers was really upset that there was no amber alert done on his daughter. another disappeared when she was 20 and that apparently got a lot less attention which is scary. over 18, nobody cares anymore? obviously her family cares tremendously the loved
CNN
May 7, 2013 4:00am PDT
. you know, i always say and ed smart and i collaborated to keep elizabeth smart's case alive, because the salt lake city police and the fbi believed that the carpenter they had in the jail, who died of an aneurysm, had killed elizabeth and that her body was in the desert. they were ready to close the case. but ed smart and i didn't believe for a second that elizabeth was dead and i profiled her 17 times and wouldn't you know, we got the guy and got elizabeth back alive. so you can never give up hope. you have to keep showing these cases, and unfortunately, amanda berry's mother, who said -- and was angry, angry that her daughter was suspected to be a runaway, died before she could see her daughter brought back alive. so i think there's a lot to be learned from this case. but, of course, the best thing is that these women are alive, they'll get back with their families, and i say another thing to those families if they're listening, do not do all the shows. do not do the news shows. we told elizabeth smart that. we told jaycee dugard that. don't go on oprah. don't go on the today show.
CNN
May 7, 2013 2:00pm PDT
that raised suspicions. and what comes next? i'll talk about the healing process with elizabeth smart, who was also kidnapped as a teenager and held for nine months. >>> i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> a truly extraordinary story unfolding in cleveland this hour, one with the kind of ending that rarely happens. three women, amanda berry, georgina dejesus, and michele knight are all alive in their family's arms right now after vanishing some ten years ago. we're getting our first look at the suspects in custody. all brothers including former school bus drivers ariel castro who owns the home where the women were held. the fbi says they could be charged as soon as tomorrow or thursday. authorities say they have no prior indication anything suspicious was going on inside the home but a few neighbors recall hearing yelling in recent years and in one incident a naked woman walking in the back yard. it all started late yesterday with amanda berry's panicked 911 phone call just moments after a heroic neighbor helped her break free. >> cleveland 911. do you need -- >> hello po
CNN
May 7, 2013 5:00pm PDT
congressional seat in south carolina's first district. he defeated elizabeth colbert-busch. he resigned after an ext extramarital affair became public. obviously a big win for him. >>> back here in cleveland, the frantic 911 call that brought police to the house behind me here is gripping. amanda berry's emotion, her fear is palpable. it's obvious to anyone who listens and let's just play the 911. this is some of the 911 call. >> stay there with those men. talk to them when they get there. talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> yes. talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. are they on their way right now? >> as soon as we get a car open. >> no, i need them now, before he gets back. >> all right. we're sending them, okay? >> jennifer from the cleveland police department joins me now. appreciate you being with us. obviously incredibly busy day for you. that 911 call has gotten some criticism because the operator didn't stay on the line. is that something that's under review? >> that is something that the division is looking into at this time but really, the bottom li
MSNBC
May 2, 2013 7:00pm PDT
yours. >>> it is 120 hours to go before we will know if elizabeth colbert-busch will be elected as the next member of congress from the first district of south carolina. and this being south carolina, voters in the district are now reporting receiving phone calls asking questions like "what would you think of elizabeth colbert-busch" if i told you a judge held her in contempt of court during her divorce proceedings. steve, this is what they call a push poll in the trade. they're not really writing down the results. they don't care. they don't care how many people say i'm cool with that. i've got no problem with that. i was held in contempt -- you know, they don't care. they just want to put -- these -- ugly ideas into voters' heads. >> yeah. it's a misunderstood term. push poll gets misunderstood. you're calling people the most inflammatory things about them as a way of getting the message out there, often through sort of a -- it's a way of separating it from the campaign. it can sound like an independent pollster and it sounds like it's from an independent pollster. so this is
MSNBC
May 7, 2013 7:00am PDT
them to move forward? >> obvious, obvious scars. i'll refer back to elizabeth smart. i met elizabeth smart the day after she was recovered at the request of the smart family. they weren't talking to the media. we helped get her back alive. i put her face and the face of the alleged perpetrator on merckmerck e merck's merck's most wanted when salt lake city police and fbi thought she was dead. thought the guy had a heart attack. my advice to the smars was don't let her go do any interviews. get counseling. they got great counseling for elizabeth. she's a wonderful young woman. i was invited to her wedding. jay see due d jaycee dugard, who i'll see tonight, got counseling for a year and didn't talk to the media. cowens slg is so important. amanda berry is going to go through what jaycee did, that she has a child by her kidnapper, by her rapist. that's a tough thing that they're going to have to go through. my advice is they get professional counseling. the national center for missing and exploited children provides that. i'm sure the law enforcement and fbi in that area will say before
MSNBC
May 7, 2013 8:00am PDT
of elizabeth smart, abducted at the age of 14 and held captive for nine months. kristen dahlgren will be joining the conversation in a moment. clint, i want to start with you. this is certainly an eye-opening, a miraculous story to find out that these three women have now been found, they've been take on the hospital an released back to their families. but it was the police in cleveland who held a press conference this morning on the investigation. i want to play more of that as well. but first, this is sandra ruiz, one of the aunts of the victims who had this to say moments ago. >> these girls, these women are so strong. stronger than i am. i will tell you that much. and they all have a positive attitude. and this is what we need from everyone. we need to still be a family, neighborhood with neighborhood. we need to watch out for all kids. really. watch who your neighbor is because you never know. >> watch who your neighbor is. you will never know. three families on this long road to recovery with these three rescued women and little 6-year-old girl as well. kristen dahlgren, wh
MSNBC
May 7, 2013 11:00am PDT
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CW
May 7, 2013 10:00pm PDT
bastida. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. the three women found are back with their families. and three brothers are behind bars. cbs reporter is outside that house in cleveland now. >> liz, right behind me is the house where the three women were found. investigate tores investigators have been gathering evidence and we have spoken to neighbors on the street that say they have felt everything from shock and disbelief that this happened to jubilation that the women were found alive. >> fbi investigators removed items from this cleveland home tuesday, the day after three women who had been missing for a decade were found inside. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> amanda berry, gina dejesus, and michelle knight were treated at a hospital. >> amanda. >> yeah, grandma. >> how are you? >> on tuesday, she phoned her tearful grandparents in tennessee. >> i thought you were gone. >> nope, i'm here. >> after leaving the hospital tuesday, all three women were taken to an undisclosed location and questioned by fbi investigators. next to be questioned, the man who owns this house and his tw
KRON
May 2, 2013 11:00pm PDT
leather. and you must be elizabeth lemon. [chuckles] - oh. - well, i'll be bake mcbrided. i know a philly gal when i hug one. now, elizabeth, i like to look someone in the eye and smile when i say that what you're doing is bad. it's just horrible. without tracy, your show is like my cholesterol. the numbers are killing me. so i'm gonna canctgs. - hank, as you know, tonight is tgs's 100th episode. and we've been getting some good media buzz. got on wikipedia this week.
CNN
May 8, 2013 1:00am PDT
the cleveland police department. up next, in her own words. elizabeth cho, who survived a ten-day kidnapping ordeal in 2006, when she was 14 years old. how she managed to stay alive. this is a remarkable young woman, at 14, was so smart in how she was able to save herself because no one was going to be able to find her without her saving herself. she also has advice for these three women here in cleveland. ts helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios blast of cold feels nice. why don't you use bengay zero degrees? it's the one you store in the freezer. same medicated pain reliever used by physical therapists. that's chilly! [ male announcer ] bengay zero degrees. freeze and move on. >>> with the euphoria of the freedoms aside, the three women who were found here will begin the process of recovery. one young woman who knows what they're going through, is elizabeth smart. she was abducted at 14, held for 9 months. she offered this advice. >> first of all, i want the
CSPAN
May 6, 2013 7:15am EDT
to the white house. >> guest: yes. queen elizabeth and prince philip visited the white house, and this was prior to a black tie dinner hosted by the president and mrs. bush in the yellow oval room which is in the residents. and so they are just talking before going down to dinner. and trying to shove the grandeur of it all. the yellow oval room is so beautiful. it's really a great place to photograph. >> host: i want to ask if this is significant at all. princeville seem to have a drink in his hand. but it looks like the queen might have put her drink down over on the table. did you happen to notice that at all since he wasn't photographed with a drink in her hand. >> guest: i did notice that. i'm not sure what that is. >> host: either you tell your moment with queen elizabeth or i can read it straight from the book. >> guest: well, i'll tell you, because when you're the photographer for the president and you have to stay close, and since i am too close, and in this case, this is earlier in the day when the queen was visiting the white house, a south lawn arrival, i'm trying
CBS
Apr 30, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, elizabeth, there are a lot of people who want to tell them that they are really glad he is okay. >> how is the neighborhood reacting to his return? >> reporter: you know, kind a commute time right now. people are still coming home. they are rolling down their windows asking is he home. and then they are all smiles. i think word is still getting out. >> good news tonight. thank you, ann. >>> well, if you think it's hot now, just wait, because the bay area heat wave hasn't reached its peak yet. it is also windy. that makes the fire danger even more of a threat. chief meteorologist paul dano. >> two things are going to go on over the next couple days. one happened today. the humidity level really dropped to about 15%. also, the wind is going to pick up tonight. that really escalates the fire danger. the first map i want to show you is the wind advisory all the way through tomorrow. mainly in the north and east bay hills. everybody will get the strong breeze, but we will see wind gust 40 to 50 miles per hour. the red flag warning is in effect because of the low humidity and dry conditions i
KICU
May 5, 2013 1:30am PDT
o i'm elizabeth olveda live on campus....thousandsa live on demonstrate on san jose streets. we'll tell you why in a live report. change is on the horizon for broadcast and print journalism majors.....more when we come back. and a san jose state employee was caught using a stolen registration sticker...update news starts now. hello... and welcome to update news. i'm tracy hinson. and i'm saushe young... thanks for joining us. thousands of people marched through the streets of san jose on wednesday. update news reporter elizabeth olveda is live on campus to explain what the demonstrations wre all about. it was called mayday, and across the nation, immigrant rights advocates marched to raise awareness and support for immigration reform. san jose was home to the biggest mayday event in the bay area. ">>>thousands rallying for immigration reform marched down santa clara street and assembled at city hall wednesday evening. we need to reform immigration laws, make sure we protect workers, reunite families and give a path to citizenship. may 1st, also known as "mayday", is an annual ev
ABC
May 7, 2013 7:00am PDT
women who vanished. we'll talk to elizabeth smart and john walsh. >>> the latest on the jodi arias trial. how she's speaking out while the jury deliberates. >>> and we'll shift gears. a "duck dynasty" exclusive. the stars of the most popular reality show on television are here taking over times square. our average class size is only 14 students. our financial tools help you make smart choices about how to pay for school. our faculty have, on average, over 16 years of field experiene. we'll help you build a personal career plan. we build programs based on what employers are looking for. our football team, is always undefeated. and leading companies are interested in our graduates. we'll even help you decorate your new office. ok. let's get to work. ♪ si te sientes muy feliz aplaude así.♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it, ♪ ♪ then your life will surely show it. ♪ ♪ si te sientes muy feliz aplaude así. ♪ just getting clean with no water. kinda like using t.p. with no moist wipes. ohh. ohh. [ female announcer ] nothing leaves you feeling cleaner and fresher than the cotton
ABC
May 8, 2013 1:05am PDT
, elizabeth smart, and now these three girls. don't ever give up hope. >> reporter: we are all each other's keepers, and we know it as john walsh, whose own 6-year-old son was taken from him and murdered, and who turned his pain into the crusade that became "america's most wanted" put it last night on "nightline." >> the public want to help, they don't know how to help. they had the guts to help me catch 1,200 bad guys and recover 60 missing children. >> reporter: there are hundreds of thousands of missing children right now. so many, just one glimpse away from rescue. if you see something, say something. because they're the real heroes. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: fighting for life, for freedom, calling to us. i'm here. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. and i'm here, i'm free now. >> she's free now. good luck to her and the others. thanks for watching. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow. we're online at abcnews.com. good night. see you back here tomorrow. >>> it is happening in oakland. graphic pictures of just how dangerous it can be to pr
CBS
May 1, 2013 5:30pm PDT
over villages in the enemy stronghold in the south. that's where elizabeth palmer has been, and she discovered an effective new weapon in winning over those villages-- american women in uniform. >> reporter: ghorak base in southern afghanistan is so remote, supplies arrive air express. and have to be manhandled into storage by the special forces stationed here. >> a lot of taliban movement. >> reporter: but at this bastion of elite male fighting power, surprise-- there are women soldiers. and their brothers in arms cast a critical eye on their competence, major wendy corey told us. >> they'll take a step back to see if you know what you're doing, to see if you're confident, to see if you can handle the mission. >> how are you feeling today? >> reporter: the mission is general soldiering and to get to know afghan women who aren't allowed contact with men outside their families. in this role, sergeant eva razor is a combat soldier with add dimension. do the women tell you things that your male colleagues wouldn't get from the men they're in contact with? >> they do tell us things that
CBS
May 3, 2013 4:30am PDT
in the crash. >>> a tough start to the commute for some. >> indeed. let's get over to elizabeth tracking a fatal accident on highway 24 in lafayette. >> big problems coming through contra costa county. some folks who work here were stuck in the backup westbound 24 approaching central lafayette exit. all lanes blocked. fatal accident, a wrong-way driver. all lanes are blocked westbound in the commute direction since about 1:30. use mount diablo to get back on the freeway. but in the meantime, expect delays. we have some areas of overnight roadwork including across the golden gate bridge. some lanes blocked this morning heading out of san francisco. so we'll have much more what's already shaping up to be a busy morning commute coming up. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> now to some breaking news in southern california. two large wildfires have consumed thousands of acres and continue to burn this morning. this is the springs fire, the largest of the two fires that are burning in ventura county right now. here are the latest numbers. at least 8,000 acres have been torche
CBS
May 7, 2013 4:30am PDT
. thanks so much, elizabeth. >>> we have developing news now. an incredible story out of ohio where three young women have been found alive a decade after they were reported missing. cbs news reporter susan mcginnis has more on their ordeal and the arrest of three brothers in the case. >>> reporter: fbi investigators worked through the night searching this cleveland home where three women were allegedly held hostage for about a decade. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: 26-year-old amanda berry missing since 2003 escaped from the house early monday evening and called 911. >> i have been kidnapped and i have been missing for 10 years and i'm here. i'm fine now. >> reporter: charles ramsey heard berry's cries for help and kicked in the door to set her free. >> she climbed out with her daughter. she went to my house. we called 911. >> reporter: also inside, gina dejesus who was 14 when she went missing and michelle knight, who disappeared in 2002 at the age of 20. all three were rushed to the hospital where their families were waiting for them. >> she knew who we were. and she knew w
FOX
May 7, 2013 5:00pm PDT
on the future. elizabeth's father is saying it is important these people know they are not at fault. >> usually their captures make them feel some type of guilt or responsibility. heaven only know what's kind of a nightmare they have lived for the past 10 year. >> elizabeth smart was kidnapped when she was 14 from salt lake city and held hostage for 9 months before she was rescued. hundreds of people turned out to pay their respect to a little girl who was killed last month -- they gagged at park view -- 8 year old lay law was stabbed to death in her family's home -- today the herrive's department and fbi continued with their efforts to track down her killer. police dogs and dive teams searched a murky pond on the property. >>> the dow gained 87 points closing above 50 thousand for the first time ever. the s&p also up a record high. dow first reached 14,000 in jewel 2007 but the recession drove it down to 6547 in march of 2009 it finally returned to the 14,000 mark this year and set a record on march 5th from there it took only two months to get to 15,000. >>> san francisco city workers spent a
CBS
May 2, 2013 6:00pm PDT
runoff. kpix 5 reporter mark sayre on why the state is running dry. mark. >> reporter: well, elizabeth, behind me is lexington reservoir on 17 south of los gatos. it's currently less than half of capacity. don't count on snowfall in the sierra to help the bay area's water woes. miss taylor waters her grass with a garden hose and says the lack of rain this past winter is a big concern. >> like if the water will ever be enough for us for like, you know, for the continuous years in the future or is it going to be like an issue? >> reporter: the lack of rain and snow is also a big concern for the state's water managers. these photos provided by the california department of water resources showed today's final snowpack measurement. as you can see, there's no snow at all on the ground, only on the highest mountain summits with the sierra snowpack at just 17% of normal. the state and federal governments will not be able to deliver all of the water being requested by local agency. -- bee requested by local agencies. >> santa clara county gets 55% of its water from imported water sources. >> re
CBS
May 8, 2013 6:00am PDT
. much warmer weather is ahead including the weekend. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> reporter: thanks, lawrence. how quickly things change, right? if you are heading towards the bay bridge, about 10 minutes ago it was almost free and clear, minimal delays. the metering lights are on, turned on at 6:04 or so. now we're left with backups towards the end of the parking lot towards the first overcrossing. let's go to our maps and show you what else is going on. westbound 580 we had a hit-and- run reported in lanes earlier. so it caused an early-morning backup. it's already in the red category. that drive time is more than a half hour. 33 minutes in fact between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. coming up we'll update you on an accident on 880 in oakland. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the suspects in the kidnapping of three cleveland women will be in court this morning. the "daily mail" got ahold of these photos here from inside the house. that's one of the suspects ariel castro with an ex- girlfriend. you can see the padlock on the basement door there. castro's son s
MSNBC
May 7, 2013 6:00am PDT
or if elizabeth colbert-busch is the state's pick to head to the house. >>> also this morning, will congress say yes to directly arming the rebels in syria. we're going to talk to the man leading that push, bob menendez. >>> and a steady stream of retirements is turning to a new generation. 40% turnover in the last five years. why are both parties having a hard time not just keeping senators but finding new top-notch candidates to replace them? >> good morning from huntington, new york. it's tuesday, may 7th, 2013. and this is "the daily rundown." happy nurses week! and now here is chuck todd. >> thanks to cara teal and the staff at huntington hospital and all the nurses across the country that have been sending in those good morning greetings. keep them up. anyway. any minute now, we'll go live to cleveland for an update from the police department there on those three women found alive who have been missing for a decade. an amazing story. and we're going to bring it to you the minute that press conference starts. but right now, i will begin with my first reads of the morning. tuesday. somebody
MSNBC
May 8, 2013 11:00am PDT
for example, and it reminds me of elizabeth smart and the man that took her. was walking down the street and would have hefr cover her face and she was simply too afraid to do anything. this may be a similar situation with these women in that they were taken out of the home in disguise, hiding them in plain sight. we heard the same thing with elizabeth smart. >> yes. elizabeth smart and even j jaycee dugard. she would go out in the yard and phillip even took the children that jaycee has and even to the campus of berkeley. again, i understand politically correct, these three men have not been charged yet. these are alleged incidents, i understand that. but it almost appears from past incidents that they get this sense of entitlement. that they can just, abduct these women, and just take them out in broad daylight and just have them be someone else. and then bring them back into the home. >> michelle, perhaps the fear, we know elizabeth smart from her account and talked about how she would walk past people hoping this would get a glimpse of her and she was consumed by fear of what would ha
ABC
May 8, 2013 1:40am PDT
sustains a person during captivity is what they build on once they're back in freedom. elizabeth smart for example, whose abduction from her home in 2002 when she was 14 was a national story. and the history of the world i don't think a little girl has been parade for more than elizabeth smart. we thank you for answering those prayers. >> reporter: freed nine months later she has managed in many ways to live the life she had envisioned before her ordeal. >> it is possible to move on after something terrible has happened. and that, we can speak out and we will be heard. >> it is not based on age. it's based on, you know, their character. and their -- their real goal to not let this predator defeat them. >> but neither is blind optimism necessarily an advantage. because it can actually trip up a person who thinks that rescue is imminent when it does not come. alternatively take genet tamayo who looked for ways to escape when she was a 9-year-old, memorizing her kidnapper's phone number when he ordered pizza. yet life in freedom had challenges for jeanette. the truth was she said ten year
FOX News
May 5, 2013 9:00am PDT
. shannon, back to you. >> shannon: thank you, elizabeth. >> i think they are guilty of crimes of omission, rather than commission. >> shannon: senator john mccain, on "fox news sunday," referring to how the obama administration has handled benghazi, a much-anticipated benghazi hearing on capitol hill this week will include three state department officials. two of them are characterized as whistle-blowers, appearing before the house government oversight committee on wednesday. they are expected to yield pertinent information about who knew what, and when. steve ozberg was the steve counsel on the committee and has key insights. >> thank you for having me. >> shannon: i want to ask you about information that has surfaced that has to do with one of the men who will testify, gregory hicks. we are learning from what he told investigatorsa that he was a senior diplomat in the country tstarting on september 12. yet, he says everybody at the mission from the beginning thought this was a terror attack. no one ever contacted him to talk about the talking points that were put together and given to a
CBS
May 7, 2013 7:00am PDT
involved up that porch and got her out alive. >> thanks john. we will be drawn by father of elizabeth smart. his daughter was kidnapped at the age of 14 and held for nine months. >>> overseas syria topped the agenda in moscow this morning. secretary of state john kerry arrived for talks with vladimir putin. the meeting comes on the heels of two israeli air strikes in syria. and those trying to escape the civil war. >> reporter: good morning. jordan is one of several countries bordering syria that is struggling to cope with the endless flood of refugees. the u.n. estimates there will be 1.2 million syrian living here by the end of the year. more than 80,000 people have been killed. in the face of relentless bum bardness from the regime some 3 million syrians have been forced from their homes. more than half a million have fled to jordan. 63,000 refugees arrived in the small country. many come here. now the second largest camp in the world with 175,000 residents and counting it is also now the fifth largest city in jordan. some officials are concerned
Current
May 8, 2013 3:00am PDT
the latest comeback kid, beating elizabeth colbert bush and working his way to congress. today, he's going to be back on the apalachian trail. delaware, my home state became state number 11 to recognize same-sex marriage, soon, hopefully, my adopted state of california will come into the 21st century and do the same. and people have voted jimmie carter as the country's most trusted politician. sflael that and more on current tv. [ music ] >> broadcasting across the nation, on your radio, and on current t.v. this is the bill press file. >> in south carolina, mark sanford is the new come-back kid. can you believe it? what do you say? hello, everybody. it is wednesday, wednesday may 8th. great to see you today, and % thank you for joining us here. welcome to the "full-court press." we are -- we are wherever you are. we are on your local progressive radio station. we are there with you if you are on twitter or on facebook. we are there with you. if you are on sirius xf. if you are on current tv we have you as well. coming to you and taking your comments every w
CNN
May 5, 2013 4:00pm PDT
elizabeth cohen visited carmen and her new boyfriend and heard their incredible story. >> don, for six years carmen tarleton lived withen extremely disfigured face. her doctor told her about a new procedure called the full facial transplant. carmen loved her husband, but when their marriage fell apart, he attacked her. dousing her with industrial-strength lye. her beautiful face destroyed. deep burns on over 80% of her body. more than 50 surgeries saved her life, but doctors couldn't erase the scars. you're the head of a major burn unit. have you ever seen a burn injury like this? >> never. never seen anything like this. >> reporter: then doctors at brigham and women's hospital came up with an idea. how about taking the face from a woman who died and giving it to carmen? in a 15-hour surgery, doctors replaced carmen's skins, muscles, tendons and nerves with those from the donor. for the first time carmen is revealing her face three months after her surgery. how does it feel from going to having this horribly scarred face to having a face without scars? >> it's, well, it's a gift. i'm thrille
CNN
May 6, 2013 9:00pm PDT
or there's somebody involved, you know, like we were talking about elizabeth smart. that horrible guy had his crazy wife helping him take care of elizabeth smart and keeping her from breaking away. many case is i've been involved in there's a coconspirator. this makes sense because these three guys, it looks, allegedly kept this women forever breaking lose and tonight three adult women and it looks as though a child that may have been fathered by this pervert or his brothers were saved tonight, piers. it's just an incredible ending to a terrible nightmare for these families. >> it certainly is. john, stay with me for a moment, if you may. joining me is a cleveland councilwoman who is a close to the family of amanda berry and indeed the case itself. what is your reaction to this? you know the family. you knew amanda's mother. it must be a pretty emotional night for you. >> yes, piers it's a very emotional night for me. it's wonderful news that amanda, gina and michelle has have been found. it was something that amanda's mother, you know, would -- i wish she were here. i wish she were here
Current
May 8, 2013 5:00pm PDT
in south carolina and i bet elizabeth colbert bush is kicking herself for not cheating on her husband by using taxpayer funds herself. the 2016 presidential rand paul said hillary clinton should not be allowed to hold future offices. and we're going to have a special pitch to any advertisers who want to reach the fans of the man who is now evolved into an id barely cored by skin. today the birthday of late president harry truman, and don rickels is 87 years old today. and the we judge the news media guilty of shoving trials down our throats for for attractive ratings. >> john: i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." thank you for joining us this evening. this is a day that the g.o.p. and hillary haters have been waiting for. the house oversight hearings on the 9112012 attacks. later blamed on terrorists with alleged links to al-qaeda. four americans were killed, including two security contractors, and ambassador christopher stevens. at the hearing eric nordstrom who had worked in libya explained what the hearing meant to him. >> it matters to me personally and it matters to my collea
FOX News
May 7, 2013 9:00pm PDT
democratic opponent elizabeth cobert bush. we are following the developments of the women missing a decade ago and miss he. amanda berry, gina. listen to the neighbor recount what happened. >> i listened to girls screaming. my neighbor come across the street and i'm wondering where he's going. he goes next door to my house and i look and i see this girl. and she is just going nuts on the door. i said what's your problem, are you stuck? just open the door. she said i can't. he's got it locked. and i looked how he had it, only enough to grab the mail and close the door. and naturally you are going to pry it open. that didn't work so we had to kick open the bottom and lucky this door was aluminum, it was cheap. she climbed out. we went to my house and called 911. when the police get here, she said there is three more girls up there. >> what was your reaction on the girls' faces? i can't imagine to see the sun light? >> i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms. something is wrong here. dead give away. dead give a way. dead give away. >> thank you v
MSNBC
May 8, 2013 1:00am PDT
and similar ones before it that jaycee dugard story, the elizabeth smart story, we think of these things almost as prevalent because when they happen, they get so much attention. they are objectively exceedingly rare incidents. >> very, very rare. and because they're so rare, they become important stories because they knock us off our chairs. they make us wonder about the way the world works. >> yeah. >> and they should because they're terrible stories. hundreds of thousands of people are reported missing every year as you said. by far, most of those kids get found quickly. the ones not found within days turn up to have mostly taken by family members or other relatives and people who know them. particularly the fact that these kids were there for a decade that it really just shocks you and it's hard for people to even imagine what it must be like to be a person in that situation. >> there was for two of the women, three young women have been found, oldest of the three, the one missing the longest was not viewed, it seems by law enforcement as a likely kidnap victim. her family, obviously
CNN
May 2, 2013 9:00am PDT
correspondent elizabeth cohen visited tarleton and her new boyfriend and heard their incredible story. >> carmen tarleton loved her husband, but when their marriage fell apart, he attacked her, dousing her with chemicals. deep burns on over 80% of her body. more than 50 surgeries saved her life, but doctors couldn't erase the scars. you're the head of a major burn unit. have you ever seen a burn injury like this? >> never. never seen anything like this. >> then doctors at brimham women's hospital in boston came up with an idea. how about taking a face from a woman who died and giving it to carmen? in a 15-hour surgery doctors replaced carmen's skin, muscles, tendons and nerves with those from the donor. now for the first time carmen is revealing her new face three months after her surgery. how does it feel to go from having this horribly scarred face to having a face without scars? >> it's, well, it's a gift. i'm thrilled. i'm thrilled with what i've got. >> and she doesn't just have a new face. she also has a new man in her life. her piano teacher. >> so you walked in for a piano lesson and you
CNN
May 6, 2013 5:00pm PDT
of elizabeth smart. ed, what do you make of what you're hearing? if this turns out to be true, this is an extraordinary case of two women in a close-knit neighborhood who apparently had been found very close to where they first disappeared. >> it's, i mean, what a wonderful miracle. i can't imagine the families have got to be absolutely elated to see that these two girls are going to be returning home, that they're alive and hopefully okay. i think that it just goes to the importance of being alert and aware of your surroundings and doing something when you see that there's a potential problem. it's just absolutely wonderful, wonderful news. >> jen steer, you said -- who was it who found one of these women? >> reporter: it was just a neighbor walking by. he said he actually hasn't lived in the neighborhood very long, but a lot of the community groups in the area have always said they're close to home and somebody in this neighborhood knows something, and that turned out to be true. >> ed, how often is that the case that it's somebody in a neighborhood or it's often close to ho
CSPAN
May 5, 2013 4:45pm EDT
about. not a ton of people. in 2007 visitors to the white house. >> guest: yes. queen elizabeth and prince phillip visited the white house, and this was prior to a black tie dinner hosted by the president and mrs. bush in the yellow oval room which is in the residence. and so they're just talking before going down to dinner and trying to show the grandeur of it all. the yellow room was so beautiful, it's really a great place to photograph. >> host: well, i just, i want to ask you if this is significant at all. prince phillip seems to have a drink in his hand, but it looks like the queen might have put her drink down over here on the table. did you happen to notice that at all so she wasn't photographed with a drink in her hand? >> guest: you know, i didn't notice that. i'm not sure what that is. >> host: either you tell the story about your intimate moment with queen elizabeth, or i'll read it straight from the book. >> guest: well, i'll tell you -- [laughter] because, you know, when you're the photographer for the president, i mean, you have to stay close. and sometimes too clo
FOX News
May 4, 2013 3:00pm PDT
after his political career imploded because of extramarital affair. his opponent, democrat elizabeth covert bush, steven colbert's sister. elizabeth prann has more from washington. >> in a special election tuesday, south carolinaians will decide if they want to reverse what has been a republican seat since the 1980s. democratic candidate elizabeth colbert bush taking to the stage last week with former republican governor mark sanford, the two vying for the first congressional district seat. monday's debate covering fiscal responsibility, health care and immigration, among other topics. it also got personal. >> everybody had a furlough in the state. everybody was losing their jobs and we were pulling our belts in. when we talk about fiscal spending and we talk about protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for a personal purpose. [ applause ] >> i couldn't hear what she said. [ laughter ] repeat it. i didn't hear it. >> according to a public policy polling, colbert bush is up nine perrage points. sanford never lost an election and mo
CBS
May 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
like much cooler over the weekend. more on the weekend forecast. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> reporter: things are quiet but some of our hot spots and some of our slower spots are beginning to back up. so let's go flying with our chopper 5 -- videogame version of chopper 5. you can see some slowing right there. it looks like from "a" street to loveridge. that's when we start to see things improve after that loveridge exit towards willow pass coming into concord. so typical stuff there and here, unfortunately, 26 minutes now coming out of the altamont pass out towards 680. slow-and-go reported from tracy coming from 205 all the way out now past vasco road. a quick node northbound 680 approaching scot-free road. there is an accident in fremont cleared to the right-hand shoulder. >>> it's been an all-nighter for san jose firefighters. they are keeping an eye on a recycling plant that burned on east alma avenue last night. the place is full of bales of newspaper and cardboard. it caught fire about 6:00 yesterday afternoon and burned- out of control for almost four hours. no wo
CBS
May 8, 2013 5:00am PDT
with elizabeth. >>> slowdowns through highway 4 in the westbound lanes through antioch just the usual stuff at 5:06 this morning. other times creeping up including westbound 580 through the livermore valley up 20 minutes between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. still in the clear up the nimitz. they just cleared overnight roadwork and down the eastshore preparing approaching the macarthur maze. all lanes back open on the golden gate bridge. they had one lane open in each direction overnight so they could fix the paving problem they encountered yesterday but we just got off the phone with them and they say all lanes are back to normal so they will have four southbound lanes open to commuter traffic, two in the northbound direction and so far everything is looking good back to normal. that's a check of traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> the suspects in the kidnapping of three cleveland women will be in court this morning. the "daily mail" got ahold of these photos from inside the house. that's one of the suspects ariel castro with an ex- girlfriend. you can see the padlock
MSNBC
May 6, 2013 2:00pm PDT
see a big turnaround in that race. a ppp poll has mark sanford up now by one point over elizabeth colbert. by the way, that's a ten point net pickup in sanford's favorite in just two weeks. so he might just win tomorrow. who knows. >>> and our series "the unkindest cut" on the real damage those sequestration cuts are actually doing. tonight, kids being turned away from head-start. a great american program. is this a smart way to save money? hurting kids? >>> finally, let me finish tonight with the definition of true immigration reform. this is "hardball." the place for politics. i describe myself as a mother, a writer and a performer. i'm also a survivor of ovarian and uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my symptoms were a pain in my abdomen and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave, go to the doctor. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecologic cancers. symptoms are not the same for everyone. i got sick...and then i got better. before i do any projects on on my own.st at angie's list, you'l
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